"C.E. Forman" wrote:
> > > (2) Anyone know where I can find booklets/pens similar to those found in
> > > the Invisiclues packages?  (Details in YOIS's latest column.)
> >
> > Ask C.E. Forman yourself -- he's here on this list (although I wonder why
> > nobody's responded to this message until now...)
> Stephen means other invisible-ink books similar to InvisiClues, but *not*
> InvisiClues themselves.  In my latest column I revealed his experiments in
> attempting to restore faded booklets.  Right now he's looking for something
> less collectible to practice on.

What about those books you can find in dime-stores that had similar invisible
ink?  They're full of games meant to be played by kids during a long car ride,
like hangman, etc.  Does anyone know what I'm talking about?  The books are
taller than they are wider...
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